Ongoing activities

Repair Cafe

First Saturday of each month (excluding December), 10am-12pm

Oregon Hall, Quercus Beechworth, Corner of Ford & Church Street

The Quercus Beechworth Repair Café is the place to visit to repair your items and learn a new skill. Our volunteer repairers are here to inspire and advise as well as repair. Or you can just visit for a cuppa and chat; it’s a great place to meet new people.

New volunteer repairers are always welcome. You can volunteer monthly, or offer a one-off service for a specialist skill. We also welcome volunteers to assist in welcoming visitors and setting up morning tea – no repair skill required!

The Repair Café greatly appreciates the donation of tools and equipment from the former Beechworth Women’s Shed.


Flea Market

First Saturday of each month from Oct-May

Quercus Beechworth, Corner of Ford & Church Street

Our flea market is always happy to have casual stall holders. There are no bookings required and no allocated sites, just come along, find yourself some space and set up. Our volunteer coordinator will pop by to see if you need anything, collect your site fee ($20/table) and check your public liability insurance.

If you’d like further information, or have a query email us

IT Help Desk

Fortnightly on Tuesdays, 10am-12pm (first session for 2024 is 30th Jan)

Oregon Hall, Quercus Beechworth, Corner of Ford & Church Street

Quercus Beechworth provide a free fortnightly  IT helpdesk for all community members. Assistance is provided by IT professionals from Wangaratta & Indigo Computers who can assist with:

  • Installing/trouble shooting software
  • Data recovery
  • Optimising functionality of your device
  • Solving technical issues
  • Using apps and programs on your smart phone or computer
  • Upskilling your IT knowledge and confidence to use your device

No booking required, just come along!

Beechworth Camera Club

Third Saturday of each month 11am-1pm

Oregon Hall, Quercus Beechworth, Corner of Ford & Church Street

New members are always welcome to join. You can come for just one session whilst visiting Beechworth, or come each month!

The Club is free and social in nature. Tutors are not experts but experienced community members willing to share a skill.

Please register your interest to stay up to date with the group news.

A volunteer committee facilitates this group. Your email and phone number will be provided to committee members to get in touch with you with details of upcoming sessions.

Jobs & Skills Centre

Third Monday of each month 10am – 2pm

Oregon Hall, Quercus Beechworth, Corner of Ford & Church Street

Quercus Beechworth host staff from the Wodonga TAFE Jobs & Skills Centre on the third Monday of each month. If you are looking for your first job, a professional looking for a career change, or re-entering the workforce, the team from the Jobs and Skills Centre are here to help.

Dates for 2024:

19th February 
18th March 
22nd April 
20th May 
17th June 
15th July 
19th August 
16th September 
21st October 
18th November


BOOKINGS: (03)57 261 405



Martial Arts

Weekly on Tuesdays
6-7pm Family Martial Arts

Oregon Hall, Quercus Beechworth, Corner of Ford & Church Street

AWMA stands for inclusion, and creating safe spaces for everybody to train in. We believe in constant improvement in our students, and in ourselves. We strive to include new ideas and training methods to our classes so you can be your best you!

Tuesdays 6-7pm, Family Martial Arts for students ages 6+

We love meeting new students, so feel free to visit during the above class times for more information.


Beechworth Dancing

Weekly on Thursdays, 7pm

Oregon Hall, Quercus Beechworth, Corner of Ford & Church Street

A lively group of social dancers from across the north east come together to dance, learn, enjoy each others company and have a great evening.

Singles or couples of all levels and ages are welcome, from absolute beginners.

Call: 0412 858 019

Supporting community events

We value Community, Fun, and Inclusion. Our purpose is to facilitate community participation and social inclusion in ways that strengthen local spirit and pride.

In action, this means we WANT to work with YOU! Quercus Beechworth can support you to make your community organisation event stronger, more vibrant, and more inclusive. We want to hear from you.

The Quercus Beechworth “Chill Out Zone” is an inclusive, welcoming space that can be set up at any community activity. We provide a sensory-friendly, free place for people to gather when they need a break from the action of the event to reset and recharge.

If you would like to discuss how Quercus Beechworth can support your event, please email us.

Promote your event

Quercus Beechworth is happy to promote free community events to the local community.

Events will be promoted at the discretion of Quercus Beechworth staff. Please ensure your event is free/low cost, run by a community organisation, primarily for the Beechworth & surrounding community. For profit business activities will not be promoted.